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Playboy stops featuring nude women!

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Internet porn is giving Playboy (the go-to risqué men’s magazine) a run for their money.

After 61 years of publication of majorly naked women, Playboy is set to re-vamp and change style come March 2016.

The decision was taken by Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner (89), during a meeting with the company’s executives. Their plan is to bring the publication in line with modern thinking.

The magazine founded by Hugh Hefner in Chicago (Illinois, USA) will discard publishing nudity and pornographic images. Instead, will contain contents that appeal to a man’s psyche, lifestyle and more entertainment.

According to the magazine’s content manager, Cory Jones, “The image will now have an instagram feel about them – a little more accessible, a little more intimate and pictures will be in PG-13.”

Playboy magazine was first published in 1970 with 5.6 million copies in circulation at its peak. But recently, that figure has dropped. They now circulate 800,000 copies.

 

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